Business Law in Maplewood, MN
Licensed Attorney at Your Service
Trust the licensed attorney, James C.Snyder at Snyder Law Office. in Maplewood, MNto give you excellent legal services. Mr. Snyder will help you in your legal matters. He will assist you efficiently, affordably and competently to resolve and assist you in your legal matters involving Trust & Estates, Probate and Wills, Guardianship, Conservatorship, Real Estate, Deeds, Nursing Home transitions or the family farm or business. Mr. Snyder is skilled in managing commercial real estate and farm businesses. When it comes to your interests, Mr. Snyder is focused on your legal needs. He advises and represents individuals, families, and businesses throughout the Twin Cities Metro Area.
Snyder Law Office has offered competent, affordable legal services in a number of practice areas including Estate Planning, Probate, Trusts, Wills, Guardianships, Conservatorships, Real Estate, and Business Law. Mr. Snyder most recently was appointed to the Minnesota Supreme Court Advisory Committee revising the Rules of procedure under the Minnesota Commitment and Treatment Acts and appointed as a Guardian and Conservator Panel Attorney for the County of Ramsey Probate Court. We invite you to take a moment to learn more about kinds of legal issues we handle for our St. Paul/Minneapolis Metro Area clients.
Servicing All Locations in the State of Minnesota, Including:
Areas of Practice:
- Business Law
- Elder Law
- Guardianship and Conservatorship
- Real Estate
- Trust Estates, Probate & Wills
Get Affordable Legal Assistance
Our law office provides legal advice at an affordable rate. We offer an expanded service of which our reliable lawyers give exceptional legal counsel and service to meet your family and business needs. Call us at 651-237-2408 to schedule an appointment with James C. Snyder, Attorney at Law. He is your attorney when it comes to legal needs from a trusted attorney.
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